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  1. Cloud Managed APs And Switches Offer Ease, Visibility, And Scalability At Brookstone
    11/23/2016

    Brookstone is a nationwide retailer specializing in innovative, unique, and useful consumer goods paired with an experiential shopping experience. The Brookstone team is dedicated to consistently improving the shopping experience for their customers, and they are able to focus their efforts on this high-level mission with the reliable, no-nonsense network that Meraki cloud managed wireless and switching solutions provide.

  2. Navigate The Full Stack
    11/23/2016

    Here at Meraki, we are continually focused on simplifying the IT management experience. One of the areas our engineering team is always paying attention to is how to offer additional benefits to customers who have multiple Meraki product types. We want every product, be that wireless, security, switching or mobility management to be outstanding in their own right, but what about when they come together?

  3. Cloud-Managed Networking Devices Deliver Over 90% Operational Cost Savings At Redding School District
    11/23/2016
  4. How Your Small To Midsize Business Can Embrace Mobility Now
    11/23/2016

    Mobile devices have brought advancements to virtually all aspects of modern life and have had transformative effects on businesses spanning all industries. However, the positive business effects that can be brought about by mobility and "going digital" are not enjoyed as frequently within small and midsize businesses (SMBs) as they are within larger organizations.

  5. Choosing Between EMV And Cloud-Based Software?
    11/23/2016

    Navotar, a car rental POS software provider, is cloud-based to promote convenience and flexibility for an industry always on the move. Navotar had pursued several different payment options and chose Cardknox as a gateway to support and integrate EMV payments with their software.

  6. Overcoming The 3 Stages Of SSH Key Management Grief
    11/22/2016

    There’s a kind of grief that occurs when small and mid-sized organizations realize that have a gaping hole in their network security because of inconsistent or non-existent SSH user key management. And, like the familiar stages of grief, once the denial is over there are three stages of coming to grips with and rectifying poor key management. By Matthew McKenna, chief strategy officer, SSH Communications Security

  7. 4 Hacks To Faster Customer Onboarding
    11/21/2016

    Customer onboarding is a crucial first stage in the customer experience. After all, first impressions make lasting impacts. Evidence suggests we form first impressions in about 1/10 of a second and those impressions are pretty hard to shake. Furthermore, research shows 94 percent of customers who have a “low-effort experience” will buy from that same company again. For these reasons, effective and speedy customer onboarding is absolutely critical. It’s an important moment of truth for any organization, and if done poorly, customer onboarding is where the seed of churn is planted.

  8. How To Keep Your Customers Protected From Constantly Changing Ransomware
    11/18/2016

    If you’re old enough to remember 1989, you might recall two key events: the Berlin Wall came down, and the first ransomware attack appeared on the scene. This was the AIDs Trojan horse, which, upon installation, encrypted users’ files and demanded $189 be sent to a post office box in Panama to “renew the license.”

  9. How An ISV Can Switch Payment Processors
    11/17/2016

    For ISVs, the decision to switch payment processors can be stressful, not only a risky choice but one requiring extensive research on behalf of the ISV in order to find a reputable provider. Before making the move, ISVs need to examine their current payment offering and determine what their future goals and objectives are to help increase the overall success of their business.

  10. How To Get The Balance Of Performance & Flexibility In A Virtual Environment
    11/16/2016

    The age of virtualization is upon us. A majority of IT professionals believe all network services will be virtualized in the coming years and agree finding a workable network virtualization solution is either important or business critical.